Campus Webinars

Welcome to the Office of the Provost's webinar page where you can register for upcoming webinars or view previously recorded ones. We look forward to having you join us!

Upcoming Webinar

No webinar is scheduled at this time. Please come back later to register.

Please note that you should use your official University of Arizona email address associated with your Zoom account to register to mitigate problems joining the webinar. You may find your Zoom email address by opening your Zoom account and clicking your profile on the top right corner.

Past Webinars

The next step in our staged re-entry will be to permit Stage 2 In-Person Courses (all less than 30 students) to migrate to the planned in-person delivery modes.  In this webinar, we will discuss implementation plans as well as the continuous public health mitigation strategies in place on campus, and provide support and guidance as we move forward with this critical step.  We are also interested in your ideas, questions, and feedback, as we approach this important milestone.

Panelists: Liesl Folks, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost

                  Maha Nassar, Associate Professor, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies

                  Rob Stephan, Assistant Professor, Religious Studies

                  Lisa Elfring, Associate Vice Provost, Office of Instruction/Assessment

                  Chris Kopach, Assistant Vice President, Facilities Management

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Learn more about how the COVID Watch Arizona Exposure App works as well as the benefits to you and our community.  The COVID Watch App can alert you when you are exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. 

Presenter: Joanna Masel, D.Phil., Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

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Learn more about UArizona's Test All Test Smart (TATS) program for detecting coronavirus infections. Up to 45% of COVID-19 cases may be asymptomatic, making detection and management of the disease more challenging. Our TATS program makes testing available to those with exposure concerns, while also systematically testing randomly selected students and employees working or studying on the Tucson campus without symptoms or exposure risk to provide an estimate of the number of new infections per week. TATS data helps inform our campus mitigation activities and the campus reentry process, leading to a a safer campus and community for all of us.

Presenters: Bonnie LaFleur, Ph.D.
                     Research Professor, BIO5 Institute

                     Michael Hammer, Ph.D.
                     Research Scientist, BIO5 Institute
                     Co-lead: COVID-19 Testing

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Joyce Schroeder, Ph.D has been a key member of the Reentry Working Group, leading the Covid Watch Exposure Notification Application team as part of the Contact Tracing Team, as well as the initial lead and then a member of the Teaching and Learning Reentry Team. In this webinar Dr. Schroeder shared information about the University’s reentry plans as well as details about how the University is doing contact tracing, types of testing, isolation protocols, and input from other reentry leads.

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